Welcome to RHMA
RHMA plants and strengthens churches in small towns. We minister to thousands of town & country churches. Click the link to learn more about us.
RHMA plants and strengthens churches in small towns. Through the years the blessing of God has clearly been evident, as new churches have been established and existing churches given new impetus. In the process, countless have been won to Christ and nurtured in their faith.
RHMA ministers to thousands of town and country churches and pastors through . . .
Do you share RHMA’s passion to meet the spiritual needs of rural America? Then this website may provide just the help and encouragement you are seeking!
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RHMA offers seminary-level training for those headed into small-town ministry. Or those already there wanting a refresher course!
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Executive Director Ron Klassen discusses the unique spiritual needs and dynamics of ministry in rural communities.
RHMA Conference speaker (and small-town pastor) Stephen Witmer addresses the issue of small churches facing a global pandemic.
After serving for 19 years as Dallas Theological Seminary’s 5th president, Mark Bailey has “retired” into a new role – Chancellor and Senior Professor of Bible Exposition. He has a real heart for small-town ministry!
“God has put me in touch with some great people in my role as President of Dallas Seminary – including academic deans and presidents of seminaries in North America and internationally. I’ve said this often, including to the academic deans and presidents: Those who are serving in small towns are my heroes. They really are – more than anyone I have met anywhere, because of their faithful long-term commitment to be God’s men and women in the small places God has put them.”
Ron Klassen was recently interviewed by 95Network, a ministry devoted to encouraging small and mid-size churches. You can listen to the podcast by clicking here.
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